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Paul-Jean TOULET - The Tales of Behanzigue. Decorated with drawings by Georges de TRAZ. Paris, Georges Crès, "Maîtres et jeunes d'aujourd'hui", 1920. In-8, 202 x 142 mm, green half-maroquin with corners by Huser, five-ribbed spine, gilt head, cover and spine preserved, untrimmed. 321, [6], [1 bl.] pp. Collective edition illustrated with 16 full-page compositions. Edition of 775 numbered copies. One of the 20 on papier à la cuve (n° 9). ATTACHED: - BRILLAT-SAVARIN - La Physiologie du goût ou Méditations de gastronomie transcendante [...] Avec des images de Sylvain SAUVAGE. Paris, Éditions Littéraires et Artistiques, (1945). 2 volumes in-8 in sheets, 235 x 165 mm, filled cover, in folders and case of edition (back of volumes slightly faded). Many color vignettes in the text. Edition of 800 numbered copies, all on Lana (n° 473). - Jacques de LACRETELLE - Silbermann. Illustrated with sixteen burin engravings by J.-E. LABOUREUR. Paris, NRF, 1925. In-8, 230 x 145 mm, paperback, vignette on cover, uncut (spine broken). 16 burins by Laboureur: 8 hors-texte and 8 large vignettes, cover vignette repeated on the title. Edition of 442 numbered copies. One of 420 on Arches (n° 370). - Pierre MAC ORLAN - The Cross, the anchor and the pomegranate. Five tales illustrated by Lucien BOUCHER. Paris, Devambez for the Laboratory of Hepatrol, (1932). In-8, 235 x 155 mm, half bottle green morocco with corners, smooth spine, cover and spine preserved, in a slipcase (spine uniformly faded, upper cover of the cons. partially detached). Very numerous illustrations in the text. - STENDHAL - The Green Hunter. Engravings by J.-E. LABOUREUR. Paris, Orion, (1929). 245 x 195 mm, paperback, filled cover (cover faded, spine faded, tear at upper spine, seam weakened). 7 original burins in black: 1 frontispiece, 5 full-page and 1 cul-de-lampe. Limited edition of 336 numbered copies plus 15 hors commerce on different papers. Copy justified by hand "H.C." and initialed. - Maxence VAN DER MEERSCH - Corps et âmes. Illustrations by D.-Ch. FOUQUERAY. Brussels, Éditions du Nord, 1944. 2 volumes bound in 1 small volume in-4, Havana chagrin signed Robert Vits, plates formed of lozenges in hollow and in relief surrounded by a brown listel, spine decorated with five nerves, inner border, counter-pane and guard of wood rolled, gilt head, covers and spine preserved, in a lined case. 2 frontispieces, numerous color illustrations in the text. Copy justified on vellum pur fil Cosmos (n° 1269). TOGETHER 7 VOLUMES, VARIOUS CONDITIONS.
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